Medscape (1/7, McNamara, Subscription Publication) reports, “Adults with cerebral palsy (CP) are more likely to experience symptoms of depression and/or anxiety compared with adults without the motor disorder,” research indicated. The study revealed that “the risk for depression among 1705 adults with CP was 43% higher compared with a group of 5115 adults without CP.” In addition, people with CP “had a 40% increased risk for anxiety,” the study revealed. The findings were published online Dec. 28 in JAMA Neurology. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)